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Peavey announces new lower price on ReValver MKIII.V modeling software      09/02/12

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Peavey tells us that musical-instrument retailers across North America voted their ReValver MKIII.V professional amplifier modeling software the Best New Software/Multimedia of 2011 in the annual Music & Sound Awards, presented by the Music & Sound Retailer. Peavey describe ReValver as a revolutionary amplifier modeling software that captures the true characteristics of vacuum tubes while allowing users unprecedented control over their tonality, configuration, tube types, and gain structures. Hartley Peavey, founder and CEO of Peavey Electronics Corporation, told us, "ReValver amplifier modeling software is unique because it models the actual amp components, which unlocks entirely new levels of tone control. Where other modeling software only lets users adjust the tone controls on their virtual amps, with ReValver you can also change internal design features like tubes, power amp rectifiers, output transformers and tone stacks, as well as individual component values, which is probably a decade ahead of our nearest competition."
ReValver MK III.V features 20 amp models--including the Peavey 6505, 6505+, 3120, Classic, and ValveKing, as well as other popular amp models--plus 12 preamps, nine power amps, 778 speaker simulations, 32 effects and a VST Host Module for importing third-party software plug-ins. Peavey has announced that this software is now available for just $199.99 (U.S. MSRP).
Peavey say that unlocking ReValver's groundbreaking, deep-editing customization toolset is easy. By right-clicking on an amp model, users can "go inside" and adjust the amp's tones and components on the Tweak Module GUI. This allows users to modifynearly every imaginable tube and component parameters on all amplifier models. Users can also modify tube types, power amps, rectifiers, output transformers and tone stacks.
Readers of Guitar Player magazine voted ReValver MKIII amplifier-modeling software as the Best Home Studio Gear of 2009 in its annual Readers' Choice Awards. The software also won a Premier Gear Award from Premier Guitar magazine and Platinum and Value Awards from Future Music magazine.
Features
  • 20 amplifier models
  • 12 preamp models
  • 9 power amp models
  • 20 stompbox/pedal-type effects, 12 rack-style effects and VST Host module
  • 32-bit and 64-bit operation modes
  • More than 778 speaker simulations using real-time convolution and membrane modeling
  • 8 utility functions, including tuners, signal splitters, analyzer and more
  • Fully MIDI mappable
System Requirements
  • 1 GHz CPU, 512 MB RAM
  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
  • VST host, RTAS host ASIO/WDM sound card (Windows)
  • VST/AU host, RTAS host or sound card (Mac)
Pricing and Availability:
Peavey ReValver MKIII.V is available now from authorized Peavey retailers.
U.S. MSRP $199.99; $149.99 MAP
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